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harry reid is trying to move heaven and earth for a waiver to allow food in the congressional auditorium. let may get this straight. let me get this straight. a special screening of steven spielberg's movie "lincoln" -- if i am reading it right harry wants to get the -- get by the hurdle of preventing food in the auditorium for the" lincoln" thing. it is movie night for politicians who have neither guts nor grace and just fire. incredible. >> yes, it all gets better and better on basic cable. talk about looney bins, the house is voting to strike the word lune lunetic. who is the lunetic who didn't vote? he is here. we book the lunetics. you saw it for what it was. what the heck were they trying to do here? >> well, why would we even need to do this? they said well we changed the word retarded. yes, i know some people found that offensive, but lunatic is a good word. my communications said ap and all of these others are wanting a statement. why did you cast the only no vote against this? i typed up a statement and said, look, not only should we not eliminate the word lunatic when the nati
"lincoln" rather than fixing the economic problems. any in the of harry reid getting a waiver so senators can bring food to a private we screening of "lincoln" in the auditorium. and the fact that harry reid and other senators are voting on such foolishness and they will not pass a budget and congress voting on the word "lunatic" what the hell is happening to us i shudder to think. >> since when did a movie become so important that we put our budget and taxes on the back buncher so we can pass a motion to allow food in a theater? harry reid wants food in the chamber so they can eat when they fish fish. >> lincoln" wrote owe without food is great, it could teach them something about backbone. that is a very good point, i didn't think of that. >> but not as good as this e-mail of the week. one more time with the animation, please. yes, mail of the week >> relax, ladies there is enough of me to go around here. calm down. calm down. i will get serious e-mails on that, you know. >> anyway, i kid a lot about being a super hero. not really. but, some of you may think i may not but these guys are
a deal and push the country into another recession or a short-term recession? >> harry reid, the majority leader, would say very unlikely we would have a deal by christmas, ostensibly we are running out of days on the calendar. if that is the case and he quibbles that the republicans have not come up with specifics, are you against running to the clinton rates or are you okay where that if it avoids the hoops of looking for like revenue? >>guest: i am in favor of anything that gets an agreement. it seems to me, why are we focusing on that narrow part of this entire scenario? why aren't we will giving equal weight in the media and our debates on entitlements. we know what the elephant in the room is. they are not the ones at the table, right now, right now it is the president, speaker boehner, and perhaps mcconnell and perhaps pelosi but right now --. >>neil: the best-case-scenario we hear, senator, is republicans agree to hike the taxes depending on the details with a promise they will address spending next year. republicans argue they have been that way before. >>guest: i have bench fron
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